Johnson City Medical Center
400 N. State of Franklin Road
Johnson City, TN 37604-6094
From the North:
From I-26 East, take Exit 19 (old exit 36) (State of
Franklin Road, TN 381). Exit right onto State of Franklin
Road. Proceed approximately 3 miles (crossing Market
Street, US 11E). Johnson City Medical Center will be on
From the South:
From I-26 West, take Exit 24 (old exit 31) (University
Parkway, Elizabethton; US 321). At the stop light, turn
left onto US 321 South. This will be University Parkway. Proceed to State of Franklin Road at the 5th stop light (following US 321) and turn left. After approximately
1 mile, Johnson City Medical Center will be on your right.
From the East:
From US 321 South, proceed into Johnson City. This will become University Parkway just past I-26 overpass.
Follow University Parkway past East Tennessee State University; turn left onto State of Franklin Road. After approximately 1 mile, Johnson City Medical Center will
be on your right.
From the West:
US 321 North and US 11E North will become Market
Street in Johnson City. Move to the right hand lane and turn right at State of Franklin Road (TN 381 and US 321 North). Johnson City Medical Center will be on your left.
Parking and Entrances
Parking for patients and visitors is free and is available in front of Johnson City Medical Center. Patients may be dropped off at the main entrance of Johnson City Medical Center, but vehicles may not remain at the front entrance without a driver.
The Mountain States Auxiliary offers a courtesy shuttle service to accommodate visitors who need assistance to the hospital entrances. The courtesy cart is usually available from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. Monday through Friday, and additional time on the weekends as volunteer schedules allow. You may call 423-431-8769 to request the courtesy cart to pick you up. RV and camper spaces are also available in the visitor parking lot.
Several options are available if your family or loved ones need overnight lodging. Discounts are available for those with hospitalized family members. Please ask your nurse about a "Be Our Guest" packet.